Neat list of uncommon – but incredibly useful – commands for the command line interface by Alik Chebotar for Hacker Noon:
Each developer should master his/her skills of working with the command line.
Being physically near a computer is not always possible, so you have to connect remotely. Indeed, GUI may well handle this, but it often works slower than a terminal (after all, this is just a text exchange).
Regardless of whether you are a beginner or a guru, I’m sure you‘ll find useful information among following tips and recommendations.
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